Salaries For PHR

PHR, HR

A human resource specialist or manager with a PHR designation has passed a certification exam to become a “Human Resource Professional.” PHRs are certified in many different areas of human resources, including labor management; employment practices; staffing management; organization and employee development; benefits and compensation; and employee relations. Some may choose to specialize in one […]

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Definition of PHR Certification

PHR, HR

The responsibilities of human resource professionals include recruitment, hiring, training, labor relations, compensation and benefits. Small businesses usually need a full-time human resource specialist only when they exceed 50 employees, according to “Inc.” magazine. Most companies prefer to hire HR professionals with college degrees and relevant work experience. The PHR, or professional in human resources […]

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What Is PHR and SPHR?

PHR, SPHR

Senior Professional Human Resources and Professional Human Resources are two of the certifications issued by the Human Resources Certification Institute. The HRCI is the certifying body for three primary HR-related designations: SPHR, PHR and GPHR. HRCI also certifies HR professionals who are specially qualified in California state employment laws and regulations. There are approximately 120,000 […]

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